Best Fur Friends Rescue
Becoming a foster parent is extremely rewarding. You are not only saving one, but two lives. You save the dog you are fostering and the life of a dog at the shelter who receives the open kennel because your foster has been rescued. Once your foster finds a loving home, you can open your home to another dog in need.
In order to become a Best Fur Friends Rescue foster parent, we ask that you be willing to love and cherish your foster dog and be willing to include them as part of your family by keeping them inside your home. This helps your foster become acclimated to life inside of a loving home, as some shelter dogs have never lived a day of their lives inside a house. We ask that you have the patience and commitment to accept some mistakes and be willing to accept lots of love, affection, and wet kisses. As transport for your foster approaches, we ask that you take your foster to get a health certificate and drop them off at the designated location on the morning of transport.
We are a no-kill dog rescue, so our dogs never run out of time. Please know, that it can take a few days or a few months to find the perfect home. We will provide all the vet care that they need and are here to support you should you have questions or concerns.
Worried about getting attached? You will get attached, and we are glad that you do. You are opening your home to a foster dog because you have a heart of gold. Because of your efforts, lives have been saved, and you have gotten a dog ready to be adopted into a loving home. Always remember that because of you, your foster is alive, thriving, and ready to start their new life with their forever family. When you are ready, we would love to have you foster another Best Fur Friends Rescue dog.
If you think that fostering a Best Fur Friends Rescue dog is something that you might be interested in, please fill out our foster application below. Someone from our team will get back with you as soon as possible.
Thank you so much for your interest in fostering a Best Fur Friends Rescue dog.